The book „The Fifth Age of Work: How Companies Can Redesign Work to Become More Innovative in a Cloud Economy“ by Andrew M. Jones is out now. Thanks to an advance copy provided by Genevieve DeGuzman of Night Owls Press, I am able to write a short review and put the book into perspective with regards to the most important trend I see in Coworking at the moment: Free Coworking
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You want to get something going, you want to get something started: Check out Free Coworking ! Follow others TODAY in US cities like Los Angeles, Indianapolis, Washington/DC, Seattle, Philadelphia – in Adelaide (Australia), Schoelcher (Martinique), Exeter (UK), Prague (Czech Republic) or Sevilla (Spain)! Check the Coworking Calendar for details and more offers today and in the weeks to come! In August to date we already listed more than 2.000 free coworking hours. You want to understand what this is all about, check the Mission Hub Video below! See what coworkers in Philadelphia TODAY at the Open House for Mission HUB Philly are up to. Join them and all the others! Get something going today and in the days to come!
Yes, WE did it!!! Thank you for all your events and additions to the free coworking map!!! Now our directory is growing at an exponential rate!!! This is a wonderful result of the International Coworking Day 2013. Why is that important for ALL of us?
Because this social capital of all coworkers associated with their respective coworking spaces listed on the free coworking map is going to attract work and financial capital for all coworkers – and income for all coworking spaces.
Red Bull calls it an academy, I would call it a mixture of music incubator and free coworking space. It is located in the Monahan Express Company Building on 18th Street in Manhattan. Red Bull Music Academy refashioned four floors (including the ground floor and basement) into a new kind of social space (see gallery for pictures). Architect Jeffrey Inaba describes it as: „different from a store, gallery or café …. When viewed from the street, people will see that this is a unique kind of social space. The walls are organized so passersby and guests can look across the ground floor and get a glimpse of the activities taking place inside.“